The Shed Oct 16, 2005 13:07:35 GMT -5
Post by Sara on Oct 16, 2005 13:07:35 GMT -5
yorick said:This episode appears to be the first by writer Breen Frazier. Well, his first shot at live-action Alias anyway--he previously penned the animated story that accompanies the season three dvd set.
Well, I'd have to say he did a great job!
Loved this episode. That could be because Amy was in it, and a lot of Marshall. But I also like Balthazar Getty. (!) He's matured into quite a scruffy/sexy guy.
The 'new' Sydney felt right in the role. And Dean - the devil in white city - was good, too.
Peyton may believe she's working for the good guys, but she enjoys the evil aspects of her job a bit too much, I think. Plus, as Sara says, she smokes! I'm hoping for a backstory on her that will give her more shades of gray and some staying power.
Guess I'll have to keep taping both Smallville and Alias this year.
Oh and, Sara - any ideas on why they called it "The Shed"?
Rachel said that the organization she was working for called their base of operations there in Prague "The Shed," as I recall, so I presumed that's what gave the episode its name. Why they chose to call it that, however, I have no idea.
And I'm glad I'm not the only one who was thinking "but I don't want Amy to be evil." I did wonder, though, as I thought about it whether Peyton knew that Plan B entailed more than the e-m pulse. 'Cause she was all set to volunteer to eliminate Rachel, yet she seemed almost disappointed that Dean wanted to go with Plan B instead--which to me implied she considered Plan B a non-fatal plan. Unless the disappointment was because she didn't get to off Rachel personally.
Show of hands--who else typing Rachel's name has had to use backspace each and every time to take out the extra "a" they automatically type in?